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Noah Myers

Chapter Director | Colorado State University

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Noah Myers is a native to Fort Collins. He attended Capernwray Bible College in England and returned to Colorado where he attended Colorado State University and graduate with a Philosophy Major with a Religion concentration as well as an English Minor. During his time at CSU he was involved with college and high school ministries at Lifepointe Church as an intern, leading small groups, leading worship and teaching.

After Graduation from CSU he joined Adventures in Missions to go on World Race, an 11 month Mission trip to 11 countries, where he did all sorts of missions outreach while running logistics for a team of fifty as they traveled across the world. After World Race he once again interned at Lifepointe Church for a second year with the college ministry.

He currently attends MillCity Church and helps with the prayer team there. He is attending Southern Evangelical Seminary and hopes to graduate with a Master of Arts in Apologetics at the end of the summer. He is also the Chapter Director of Ratio Christi at Colorado State University which is happy to be a sponsor to this event!
Noah also has a regular blog at beardeddisciple.com, and just started a youtube channel called bearded disciple where he keeps up to date apologetics topics and a growing list of resources for those who want to teach or learn apologetics.If you wish to be a part of Ratio Christi CSU or have questions or anything else please contact Noah Myers at noahmyers@ratiochristi.org.


I grew up in a strong Christian home, both of my parents are very strong in their relationship with the Lord and my siblings and I followed them in that. I accepted the Lord when I was about six years old and was baptized when I was eight. At the time I didn’t fully understand everything, I still don’t, but I knew enough that I have never looked back on that decision. I became highly involved in my church very early on, helping as a youth leadership team.

After high school I attended a one year bible school in England, it was such a huge time of growth for me. I learned so much about the scripture and what true fellowship looked like. One of the best things about that time was learning from some older wiser Christians than myself. I saw the power of the scripture in a the importance of knowing how much God really works powerfully through us.

When I returned home I attended Front Range Community College and the Colorado State. I enjoyed my time there and had to really learn to defend my faith in a new way. I studied Philosophy, Religion and English while there. What was perhaps most interesting was not that I found my faith challenged a lot in my non-philisophical or religion classes. It was durring that time that I really started to feel excited about the idea of doing apologetics on a campus.

I had a big unexpected change in direction after CSU. I though my next step would be to go to Seminary or start in with a campus ministry, instead I found myself traveling abroad doing missions all over the World. It was an amazing time and I learned to trust God in a new way. I learned to trust God in some very hard things. After that journey I arrived back in Fort Collins with a new found confirmation that I felt called to work in the states. Although I saw so many amazing things while doing missions I felt God confirmed to me durring that time that He wanted me to reach out to the academics on secular campus’.

I am now pursuing my Masters degree at Southern Evangelical Seminary in Apologetics and I am so excited to be a part of Ratio Christi! What an amazing journey it has been and what amazing things is God going to do next!

In his heart a man plans out his ways, but the Lord guides his steps Proverbs 16:9


-Pursuing a MA in Apologetics at Southern Evangelical Seminar 2015-Present

-Major of Philosophy with emphasis on Religion and Minor in English from Colorado State University

-Certificate of Bible from Capernwray Bible College 2008

-Diploma Fossil Ridge High School 2007